February 13, 2020

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Whistleblower

Ethical and Legal Implications of Using Confidential and Electronic Documents in Whistleblower Litigation

Ethical Implications Associated with Whistleblower and Retaliation Litigation
Jennifer Cobb and Myra McKenzie-Harris

Self-Help Discovery by Current Employees: Protected Activity or Terminable Misconduct?
Connie N. Bertram

Development of Federal Law Post-Cafasso: Whistleblowers and Documents
Jennifer M. Verkamp

Financial Rewards for Whistleblowing Lawyers
Kathleen Clark and Nancy J. Moore

Performing Issue-Spotting and Client Intake in Whistleblower Cases

Practical Considerations for the Defense Upon Receiving Notice of a Whistleblower Claim
Michael Homans

Fundamentals of Whistleblower Claims: Some Ideas for the Employee's Attorney
Virginia L. Hardwick

Don't Tread on Whistleblowers: Mitigating and Managing Retaliation Risks
William McLucas, Laura Wertheimer and Arian June

Don't Tread on Whistleblowers: Mitigating and Managing Retaliation Risks--Part II
William McLucas, Laura Wertheimer and Arian June

Using Federal and State Whistleblower Laws to Protect Workers from Retaliation
Patrick E. Deady

Recent Developments in Whistleblower Protection Law

Recent Developments in Whistleblower Law
Jason Zuckerman and Dallas Hammer

6th Circ. Hands a Landmark Victory to SOX Whistleblowers
Jason Zuckerman

SOX Whistleblower Protections Are Not Obsolete
Jason Zuckerman and Dallas Hammer

Settlement Issues in Whistleblower Cases

SEC Whistleblower Program Handbook
Jordan A. Thomas

The Street, the Bull and the Crisis: A Survey of the US & UK Financial Services Industry
The University of Notre Dame and Labaton Sucharow LLP

Wall Street's New Enforcers Aim to Muzzle Whistleblowers
Jordan Thomas and Tom Devine

De Facto Gag Clauses: The Legality of Employment Agreements that Undermine Dodd-Frank's Whistleblower Provisions
Richard Moberly, Jordan A. Thomas and Jason Zuckerman

The Limitations of Corporate Compliance: Establish an Ethical Culture in an Era of Scandal
Jordan A. Thomas

Blowing the Whistle on the SEC's Latest Power Move
Eugene Scalia

2014 Annual Report to Congress on the Dodd-Frank Whistleblower Program
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission

SEC: Companies Cannot Stifle Whistleblowers in Confidentiality Agreements
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission

WORKPLACE PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS TRACK

Affinity Groups: Good Idea or Bad

The Affinity Group Dilemma
Stacey Campbell

Guidelines for Establishing Employee Groups (Employee Resource and Employee Networking Groups)
U.S. Office of Personnel Management

EEOC Order 970.001: Voluntary Employee Organizations
U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

Banning the Box: Preventing Misuse of Criminal History in Hiring

U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's Policies on the Use of Criminal Conviction Records in the Hiring Process
Donald R. Livingston

Ban the Box and More Developing, Enforcing, and Implementing Fair-Chance Policies
Michelle Natividad Rodriguez

Best and Worst Practices in Drafting Separation Agreements

Settlement Agreements: Management and In-house Perspective
Sharon Dostmann, Nesheba M. Kittling and James Hux

Recent Developments and Ethical Concerns that will Impact Your Separation Agreements
Marisa Warren

Effectively Managing Remote Work

Is Working from Home a Reasonable Accommodation Under the ADA?
Joe Yastrow and Lily M. McNulty

Employment Law Issues for Startups

Advising Startups--Key Employment Law Issues
Tifani Sadek

Employment Law Issues for Startups--Classification of Workers
Tifani Sadek

Investigating the Executive: Common Perils and Pitfalls Faced When Investigating the Corporate Executive Suite, Parts 1 & 2

Issues in Internal Investigations of Executives
Jonathan Ben-Asher

Staying in Your Lane: Neutrality--Not Advocacy--in Conducting C-Suite Investigations
Sue Ann Van Dermyden

Perils and Pitfalls Aplenty: Investigations of Corporate Executives
Frank Scruggs and David Archer

Managing Sensitive Workplace Complaints

Managing Sensitive Workplace Complaints

Balancing Delicate Workplace Interests: Can “Body Odor” Trigger National Origin or Religious Protections Under Title VII of The Civil Rights Act of 1964?
Cheryl D. Jackson

Union Duties and Labor-Management Cooperation When Dealing with Workplace Sensitivities
Hope Singer and Bryan Lopez

Disability and Privacy Issues for Employees with Sensitive Workplace Complaints
Scott M. Pollins

Additional Considerations for Handling Sensitive Workplace Issues
Maria L. H. Lewis

Non-Compete and Similar Arrangements as Part of Employer Equity Programs and Compensation Plans

Non-Compete and Similar Arrangements as Part of Employer Equity and Benefit Programs
Dean Roger J. Dennis, Jeffrey S. Heller, Arnold Pedowitz and Janie F. Schulman

Off-Duty Conduct

What I Do on My Time Is My Business! (Or Is It?)
Paula Graves Ardelean, Jay Jaffe and Lewis Maltby

OSHA: Keeping the Contingent Workforce Safe

Missed Opportunities: How OSHA Should Ensure Worker Safety in the Fissured Workplace
Randy Rabinowitz

Policies/Practices Designed to Protect Confidential Information and Trade Secrets

Workplace Confidential: Adapting the NLRA to the Changing Patterns of the Digital Age
William Bensussen and Jun Lim

Employee Privacy, Employer Information: Some Cases
Mark Risk

Standing at the Intersection of Workplaces Injuries: When Both the Federal and State Government Get Involved

The Intersection of Workers' Compensation and Emotional Distress Employment Claims
Leto Copeley and Narendra K. Ghosh

Standing at the Intersection of Workplace Injuries: When Both Federal and State Government Get Involved
Mark A. Baugh

Workplace Wellness Programs: Bona Fide Benefit or Prescription for a Lawsuit?

Workplace Wellness Programs: Bona Fide Benefit or Prescription for a Lawsuit?
Jennifer L. Bills, Karin S. Feldman, Patrick C. Hajovsky and Richard G. Moon

THE COLLEGE OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT LAWYERS

Civility and Professionalism in the Practice of Labor and Employment Law: Insights from Our Canadian Neighbors

Principles of Civility and Professionalism for Advocates
The College of Labor and Employment Lawyers